The Cudeca Hospice was born with the aim of caring for people with cancer and other advanced illnesses and offering support to their families; and today more than ever due to COVID-19, its care is more necessary to help those who face the end of life.
The charity shops have always been essential to fulfilling that mission by raising funds through the sale of second-hand items and furniture. After more than 2 months closed by COVID-19, Cudeca is going to reopen its charity shops, which are managed by teams of volunteers and are the most important source of funding for the foundation.
The date indicated is Monday May 25th and only 13 shops will open in the morning, out of the 23 they have across Malaga province, following all the measures recommended by the Ministry of Health in terms of capacity, safety and hygiene.
The Charity Shops that are going to open in the morning are:
Benalmádena – c/ Sierramar.
Benalmádena - Avda. Federico García Lorca.
Coín – c/ Málaga.
Estepona - Calle Ortega y Gasset, 5.
Fuengirola - Avda. Jesús Santos Rein.
Fuengirola Los Boliches - Calle Párroco Ildefonso López Lozano.
Málaga - Plaza de la Merced - Plaza María Guerrero, 6.
Málaga Echevarría - Avda. Juan Sebastián Elcano, 158.
Málaga - Avda. Ortega y Gasset, 246A, Polígono El Viso.
Málaga - C/ Puerta Nueva, 3.
Marbella - Avda. del Mar, Local 7.
Torre del Mar - Calle Infante, 21.
Torremolinos (2) - Plaza de Andalucía y Plaza Unión Europea, 11.
Cudeca Shops have taken all the safety and hygiene measures with the staff and volunteers as well as training on the Action Plan to follow in the shops. Volunteers will receive necessary protection equipments for their safety and for the customers. Moreover, the capacity will be regulated, and hydroalcoholic gel will be made available to all customers for hand disinfection and the use of masks will be mandatory to access to the shops.
The Cudeca Shops has taken extreme preventive meassure with donations received with a double security process: quarantine all donations for 72 hours and disinfection with steam at 120º of each item to be for sale.
Each shop has adapted to the recommendations to promote social distancing (methacrylate screen, strict planning of daily cleaning and disinfection of common areas, elimination of display stand to favour a free- circulation of customers, etc ...).
Additionally, the number of available changing rooms has been limited, and credit card payment will be encouraged.
Items that customers try on but choose not to buy will be quarantined for 72h and disinfected before being available again.
Customers will always have information on the measures taken through the signage in the shop.
Cudeca Charity Shops
Cudeca's charity shops sell women's, men's and children's clothing, accessories, shoes, items, books and much more. It also has furniture shops in Torremolinos, Benalmádena and Torre del Mar. 100% of the profits go entirely to the care work of the Cudeca Hospice. Items from charity shops are donated and are in perfect condition.
You can locate your nearest shop at www.cudeca.org